Malmo Luxury hotels, Sweden
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"Good alternative to Copenhagen, strange bath setup"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 18, 2012
COpenhagen hotels were all booked up on a recent THursday-Friday business trip, and so I booked at the Scandic Kramer, which is located on a nice square a very convenient 2 blocks from the Malmo main train station -- which has very easy and frequent rail service to the COpenhagen airport (15 minutes) and central Copenhagen ( 25 minutes). THe hotel is an older-generation hotel,which seems to be the case for most of the Malmo hotels I observed, but is well maintained and has a nice Old World feel to it, nice northern EUrope breakfast buffet set-up, etc. Room size was actually nicer (bigger) than some of the more modern Scandi hotels I've stayed at, and the price more reasonable than central Copenhagen. My only complaint: the bath setup was not optimal. I am not unfamiliar with the setup of some older EUropean hotels where there is no shower, but rather just a bath with a handheld spray/ shower attachment. I don't love it, but I've seen it and can deal with it. But in this case,the tub was mounted on a marble-sided/floored platform that needed a lot of care climbing in and even more climbing out since by that point the surfaces are all wet and slippery. And because it is elevated about 1 1/2 feet, when I stood up ( I am tall), my head hit the ceiling quite hard. IN sum: Nice hotel, convenient and reasonable alternative to Copenhagen, but the bathroom setup could be perilous, especially to the tall ....
"Less expensive Copenhagen-area lodging alternative"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 11, 2012
Best Western Plus Noble House in Malmoe, located thirty minutes by frequent, easy-access regional train across the Oresund from Copenhagen, is an excellent lodging alternative to the expensive, well over-priced lodging which Copenhagen currently offers its visitors. It is conveniently located in the central area of Malmoe city, close to the Central Station. This writer will never stay in Copenhagen again in his frequent visits to the Danish capital unless lodging prices are lowered to something approaching actual value, something on the order of a fifty per-cent cut.